Events in UCIS
Thursday, April 8 until Friday, April 8
Wednesday, December 8
The Nationality Rooms and Intercultural Exchange Programs 2021 Holiday Open House is in its 30th year! The Virtual Holiday Open House will take place from December 5th through December 12th. Travel through the 31 Nationality Rooms and listen to Pitt's Quo Vadis guides speak about special architectural features or interesting facts for each room. Take part in the Greek Christmas Trivia Weekend, practice making your own Romanian Sorcovas, see a performance from the Scottish Balmoral Pipes and Drums Band, and learn and discover so much more about holiday traditions, food, and stories from countries around the world! For more information about this year’s Virtual Holiday Open House, please visit: https://pi.tt/NRIEPHolidayOpenHouse.
Join the German Department for Laber Rhabarber, a weekly German conversation hour that is open to all!
Are you considering a Masters degree in a field related to Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies but wondering whether and when you should take this next step? Unsure what sorts of programs exist? Curious about finding and funding opportunities near your own current institution or alma mater? This webinar gives you a chance to hear from and pose your questions to both a career consultant and the representatives of various Northeast U.S. universities and colleges. Laura Schlosberg, a graduate of a Northeast liberal arts college who taught and advised students at a Northeast research university before becoming the Assistant Dean of Academic and Curricular Support in the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University, will discuss and field questions about deciding whether an MA in a REEES field is the right next step for you (and, if you decide that it is, the factors you should consider in choosing a program). After a Q&A with Dr. Schlosberg, program administrators at institutions ranging from large universities to small colleges and representing both public and private education systems will give lightening-round introductions to their degrees and strengths, followed by a moderated discussion in which they will answer your questions about trends in the nature and value of masters-level work on the job market and in higher ed. Stay for an extra 15 minutes at the end to join some of our program representatives in separate meetings where you can introduce yourself and ask your program-specific questions.
Columbia University, CUNY Hunter College, Harvard University, Middlebury College, New York University, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University
Join the Spanish Club for open office hours, guided meditation en español, coloring and story time